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Posted 1 August 2023

[PC] Rise of the Triad: Ludicrous Edition (2023) - Free Demo available - PEGI 18

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The HUNT Returns... AGAIN! Play the original Cult Classic '90s FPS remastered in 4K Ultrawide with UNLIMITED frame rates, RESTORED content, NEW episodes, a LEVEL EDITOR, online MULTIPLAYER, LUDICROUS gameplay options and MORE. Make 'em EAT LEAD or they'll bury you in a lunchbox!

The Remasterminds at NightDive Studios along with the madmen at New Blood present Apogee Software's timeless cult classic FPS, Rise of the Triad: LUDICROUS EDITION


-4K and Ultrawide Resolution support + Unlimited frame rates

-All original ROTT episodes, expansion packs plus Return of the Triad

-Restored characters and game content from "lost" betas

-FULL controller support, KB/M rebinding, and a cynical FOV slider

-Ability to play with 1994 or 2013 Soundtracks + Jukebox

-New HUDs, Alternate weapon SFX and LUDICROUS LIGHTING

-Online & LAN Comm-Bat Multiplayer featuring multiple game modes

-A brand new easy-to-use Level Editor and brand new cutscenes

-A NEW episode created by New Blood, Night Dive and Apogee Software

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  1. mash's avatar
    Looks like the same game I played in 1994. It was dated back then as the game was an evolution of Wolfenstein 3d. Doom had been out for a while. I also remember it requiring 8mb ram which was ludicrous. It did have the John Woo mode though, 1st FPS game to offer that.
    Seanspeed's avatar
    It was an evolution of Wolfenstein 3d only as an early base concept, not in terms of technical aspects. Also, Doom had only been out for about a year, all while RotT was doing a number of things beyond what the Doom engine could do, like having the ability to have proper vertical gameplay and exploration(where you could have two areas on top of each other), walls/environment structures that could actually move, glass shattering, motion captured enemy animations, CD quality music, advanced audio effects(including voice), random level generator(and level editor), etc. So yea, the base of the engine may have come from Wolfenstein, but it was radically overhauled to have very little to do with the original anymore, much like you wouldn't say that Call of Duty Modern Warfare(the original) was just an evolution of Quake 3.

    There are some who try and retroactively claim it was a dated game, but this was not in respect to Doom, which would similarly be in the same category. Even something like Heretic in 1994 was still built on the same Doom engine as Doom 1+2 and it showed. In reality, when RotT released in late 1994/early 1995, there wasn't any FPS that was meaningfully more advanced than it. Things did change quickly afterwards, but it's simply not correct to say it was dated, and it's certainly highly misleading to say it was just an evolution of Wolfenstein 3d. It was absolutely one of the most unique shooters of the time, and there's still very little quite like it. (edited)
  2. daddybr00's avatar
    Multiplayer ROTT was a lot of fun! I might pick this up when it comes up cheap
  3. Wooj's avatar
    I remeber thinking the graphics on this were so life-like!
  4. slipd's avatar
    Ah, memories... Had a box copy of this bundled with my brand new, AST Advantage 611. Great days!

    Heated OP
  5. Jabbitt's avatar
    I used to love this game, I thought it was so cool. I remember using the level editor to recreate my house.
  6. Oracle21's avatar
    Is a great game. I've played 6 hours already. They've done a great job with it.
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